|Poster:||brentdax||Date:||May 13, 2004 9:48am|
|Forum:||freecache||Subject:||User-friendly Freecache with subdomains|
I'd like to hide the weirdness of Freecache URLs from my users by providing a subdomain that redirects to Freecache; for example, a request to http://cache.server.com/username/filename would be redirected to http://freecache.org/http://www.server.com/username/filename. Unless there's a better way to do it, I'd simply use Apache's mod_rewrite to re-write the URLs.
Are there any rules against this, or other reasons not to do it? I will give due credit to Freecache for providing the caching, of course.
This post was modified by brentdax on 2004-05-13 16:48:28